A devastated mother, whose 28-year-old son went missing two years ago, is still looking for answers about her son’s disappearance. Troy Greenidge, a miner of John Fernandes Housing Scheme, Greater Georgetown, went missing on October 15, 2014, after he left home to collect his salary from his employer in Diamond.
Tomorrow will be his thirtieth birthday and his family is hoping to have some closure, as they are still unclear of the details surrounding his disappearance.
Speaking with Inews, the man’s mother, Seeta Persaud explained that since her son disappeared, they have been hearing all sorts of rumors about what might have happened to him, including one that says he was beaten to death and his body burnt by residents in an East Bank Demerara community.
The distraught woman said that she is frustrated with the slow pace of the investigation being carried out by the Guyana Police Force, as she has been running around for two years with no formal word from the law enforcement officials on the probe into her son’s disappearance.
The missing miner is the father of two children, ages four and two.
Persaud is requesting that anyone with information that would lead to her finding her son, or regarding his disappearance, to make contact on 610-1537 or the nearest Police Station.
Meanwhile, when contacted, acting Crime Chief, Hugh Jessamy told Inews that there are no new leads in the probe, but he assured that the investigation is active.